Hello dear Readers, I am back! I meant to start up again as soon as school was over but for the month I have been depressed and really unable to do much but fight for a refund promised to me.
have been depressed and really unable to do much but fight for a refund promised to me.
See, four years ago I bought a nice used Toyota Highlander from Carson City Toyota. Towards the end of the transaction I was talked into buying an extended warranty with a written promise that I would get my money back if I did not use it. I must stress, I was given a written promise on a Toyota brochure, which is why I bought it. When my warranty expired I went to Carson City Toyota thinking I would walk out with $1675.00. I was shocked to find out that they forgot to explain to me that my refund would come from a third party, a business that just went out bankrupt! The long and short of it is, the Attorney General’s Office and Insurance Commissioner’s office believe I am owed the money by Carson City Toyota, but cannot force them to return my money. So, I am out a lot of money without an apology. If any of my readers live near me, do not buy from Carson City Toyota, as they lie and do not keep their promises. I feel okay knowing they are being investigated and may face problems down the road. As for me, I will not darken their door again and will make sure my area knows about their deceitful practices.
I have been reading, now that school is out I can read what I want. I have read two Bernard Knight books. He is a wonderful medieval mystery writer. I also read Paul Davies’ The Mind of God,
a look at the mystery surrounding quantum physics.
Three days ago I received Felix J Palma’s The Map of Time (an ARC) and finally got my hands on The Weird Sisters
by Eleanor Brown. Soon I will have a couple of reviews and fingers crossed, an update on Carson City Toyota. I hope the general manager, the man who does not care about their customers, gets fired. I hope he ends up wondering how he will pay his bills.